Example: smtp_send_mail Simple Mail Transfer Vuser Functions (SMTP)

Sends an SMTP mail message.

int smtp_send_mail( char *transaction, char *RecipientTo, [char *RecipientCC,][char *RecipientBCC,] char *Subject, [char *From,][char *ContentType, <char *charset,>] char *MAILOPTIONS, char *MAILDATA, LAST );
transaction A transaction name for this step in quotes. To instruct VuGen not to create a transaction for this step, use an empty string, "".
RecipientTo The name of the mail recipient(s) in the format: "To=email_address1", "email_address2", . . .
RecipientCC The name of the CC recipient(s) in the format: "CC=email_address1", "email_address2, . . ."
RecipientBCC The name of the BCC recipient(s) in the format: "BCC=email_address1, email_address2, ..."
Subject The subject of the mail in the following format: "Subject=my_subject"
From An e–mail address representing the reverse path for the mail, that is, the sender. If this argument is not passed the From field is generated from the user name and server. "From=username@server"
ContentType    charset A content type in the following format: "ContentType=multipart/alternative". The default is multipart/mixed If the content type is text/plain, you can also specify the character set. The value must be quoted. Use the backslash to prevent the quote marks being interpreted as the end of the argument. If no character set is specified, the default is "us–ascii". For example: "ContentType=text/plain","charset=\"iso–8859–4\"",
MAILOPTIONS The mail client configuration options and settings in the following format: "MAILOPTIONS", "Option1:value", ."Option2:value" ,. . For a partial list, see Mail Options.
MAILDATA The mail content in the following format: "MAILDATA", "MessageText=...", "MessageBlob=..." . Mail data can also specify an attachment. For example:
"AttachRawFile= filename" For mail clients that support HTML format, you can include HTML tags and HTTP headers.
LAST A marker indicating the end of the argument list.

The smtp_send_mail function sends a mail message using the SMTP server.

This function is for use with global sessions. For multiple sessions, use the smtp_send_mail_ex function, which allows you to specify a session identifier.

Return Values

If this function succeeds, it returns LR_PASS. Otherwise, it returns LR_FAIL.


All arguments of this function of the type char, can be parameterized with standard parameterization.